Some of my technically savvy friends at Springcreek occasionally wonder what sites I use for bible study, personal growth etc. So...to answer here you go.... some sites with a little commentary.
- Bible Gateway-don't remember a verse completely? Just type the words you remember and hit search...great stuff.
- The NET Bible-from some DTS professors, site includes sermons, articles and Doctoral papers..pretty scholarly but understandable.
- Sonic Light-seminary level study notes from Dr. Thomas Constable, includes information on ordering the content for your PDA.
- Xenos-website of Xenos (Z-nos) Christian Fellowship in Columbus OH. A unique church with a strong teaching ministry. Includes a search engine that yields essays, articles, mp3's and teaching materials used in their fellowship.
- Crosswalk Interlinear Bible-interested in original Greek and Hebrew? This site reveals key words and definitions. Utilizes the King James and the New American Standard translations.
- Need a little Jewish background? Try Follow the Rabbi and Bible History.
- Christian Classics-one of my Seminary Prof's used to say; "Read dead guys too." Right now I'm reading a book written in the 1800s by Philip Doddridge. This site has many of the great classics for your perusal.
- Dr. Don Whitney-one of my former Seminary Prof's who has written extensively on the topic of personal spiritual growth.
These are just a few of the sites I'll consult, and as always you need to read everything with careful, prayerful discernment. Enjoy